Upcoming Artist Talks
The Gallery at Flat Rock
Think of a it as a creativity blitz—and everyone’s invited. The second annual “Artists Exposed” event will bring over a dozen artists out of the relative safety of their private studios to get together and make their art under one roof in a pop-up style event. “Artists Exposed” is created to attract die-hard art fans, aspiring artists or collectors, or the simply curious.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is bringing artists and what they do into the spotlight for one special weekend get-together on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Join us December 6th at 5:30pm for an Artist Talk with Tim Jones. Tim’s program is entitled, “Light and Life: Encounters with Grace and Healing Power of Beauty”.
15% of sales will go to the Angel Fund at Four Seasons Hospice which helps individuals who cannot afford their excellent end-of-life care.
Past Artist Talks
The Gallery at Flat Rock
Alison Chism has been making art since she was 7 and blowing glass for over two decades. She holds a B.A. from San Francisco State University and an M.F.A from The Ohio State University in Glass Art. In addition, she has spent nearly ten years in Seattle, WA as a professional artist, glassblowing assistant, and staff member at Pilchuck Glass School.
Artist Talk, 5:30 pm
Cynthia L. Wilson has displayed paintings in the National Academy of Design in NYC, as well as in the American Watercolor Society, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, South Carolina Watercolor Society and National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic. She has taught Process and Possibilities Workshops in Hendersonville and at Hemlocks Studios for over twenty years.
July 14 Erin Keane,
Light is Elastic: Encaustic Wax and Photography
Artist talk and demo, 3pm
Erin works primarily with photography and encaustic beeswax. Through her camera, she collects the beautiful colors and textures of daily life. When she takes photographs, even highly abstracted ones, they hold powerful memories of when, where, and why. Erin is especially interested in the elasticity of light as it dances around shadow and reflection. Capturing light is sometimes ethereal and sometimes edgy. It is intriguing how the camera lens “sees” differently than the eye.
The Gallery at Flat Rock is proud to present Marsha Hammel, a Hendersonville-based painter whose colorful canvases depicting musicians, singers and dancers have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her RetroForward exhibition at The Gallery at Flat Rock will include pieces by Hammel dating over the 30-year period between 1987-2017.